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In Charlotte, a 17,000-Square-Foot Spread With 13 Live-Work Units Asks $12.9 Million

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A condo in Charlotte, North Carolina, measuring about 17,000 square feet, is on the market for $12.9 million, according to Premier Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Haynes Walker. It is the most expensive listing in

Jeffrey Gitmer at home in 2021.


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According to Walker, the offer includes 13 residential condominiums in converted 1920s factory buildings near uptown Charlotte. The owner is Jeffrey Gitomer, author of his 17 books, including a 2004 bestseller.small red book of sale,” said his wife and sales coach Jennifer Gitmer.

Gitmer said he spent a total of about $3 million between 1997 and 2008 to purchase 13 two-story adjoining units. He combined his eight units to create a home for the family with exposed brick walls and wood-beamed ceilings. Another of his two units is being used as his office space at his sales training company, Buy Gitomer, Inc., he said. Gitmer said he decided to separate the adjoining residence and office space to maintain boundaries between work and home life.

“It’s nice to be able to walk to the office and come back and take a break whenever you want,” says Gitmer.

We also used one for guests, one for storage, and one as a studio for movies and podcasts. Mrs. Gitomer is the host of the “Breakthrough Babe” podcast and together they host the “Sell or Die” podcast.

The spread comes with 13 indoor parking spaces, he said.

According to Lance’s family, the approximately 85-unit building called Factory South was built in the 1920s as a factory for the Lance Packing Company. Property records show that the building was converted into a mixed-use condominium in the 1990s.

Shown in the 1940s, this building was formerly the factory of the Lance Packing Company.


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Gitmer said he plans to sell the company because he plans to move the company to South Carolina.

Homes in the Charlotte metropolitan area sold for an average of $459,272 in August, up 16.9% from the same period last year, according to the Charlotte-based Canopy Realtor Association. Expensive homes are asking for about $7.9 million, and a single-family home in the city sold for $7.2 million in June.

Gitmer is looking for suburban buyers, “those from New York who are overburdened or overburdened and want to move to the south where the economy is cooler and the climate is warmer,” he said. Told. “This is their place.”

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